Ivan Tarin
Aragon de los Pirineos
Zaragoza, ZR


About us


Salvelinus has provided unique eco-tours in the Ebro Valley, Pyrenees, and wine regions in northern Spain for over 20 years: Authentic travel experiences for those in search of once-in-a-lifetime adventures. Discover an endless variety of fly-fishing waters and unspoiled nature while you get immersed in Spain’s culture, its imperial history, gastronomic richness, and old-world hospitality.




Phone: +34 696164810

What we do

Fly Fishing: Having established the first fishing lodges in southern Europe as well as all known (and hidden) fly fishing spots in Spain, Salvelinus offers unparalleled fly fishing holidays and guided tours in Spain.


Wine Tours: Private, chauffeured, and fully customized cultural, gastronomic, and wine tours in the prime wine regions of Northern Spain, designed by and for passionate wine lovers and gourmands.


Multi-Activity: History and culture, nature adventures, and also relax and wellness paired with the most exquisite wine and gastronomy await those eager to discover the authentic Spain.


Heli-Tours: Discover the secret beauty of Spain with bird's eye view. With a fleet of state-of-the-art helicopters and experienced pilots, you will be able to enjoy secluded activities in the heart of the Pyrenees.

Where we do it

The Spanish Pyrenees are the natural border between France and Spain and home to majestic mountains, valleys, and many rivers filled with diverse flora and fauna. This unknown territory is still a hidden gem in southern Europe, and it offers exciting fly fishing opportunities and multiple outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, taking scenic drives, or birdwatching. With a remarkable local flavor, unique history, an impressive cultural heritage, and stunning natural scenery, the Spanish Pyrenees are the ultimate destination for a unique adventure.

The Ebro River springs from the Cantabrian mountains in northwest Spain and flows southeast for 565 miles to fall into the Mediterranean Sea, close to Barcelona, creating a fertile land along its basin. With more than 200 tributaries, many of them flowing from the Pyrenees mountains, the river has a drainage basin area of 85,550 km2 (33,030 sq mi). Flowing through six different regions, the Ebro river has helped develop a magnificent cultural legacy, with remarkable gastronomy and world-renowned wine regions. The roman Caesaraugusta, currently known as Zaragoza, is considered the Ebro Capital.


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